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Laser Seminar / NCCR MUST Seminar: Attosecond timing with spectral resolution

Date Mo, 09.04.2018 - Mo, 09.04.2018
Time 16:45
Speaker Dr. Anne Harth, MPI, Heidelberg, Germany
Location ETH Hönggerberg, HPF G6
Program To directly observe the ultrafast motion of electrons in atomic or molecular systems is an aspect of fundamental physics and is achievable thanks to the generation of attosecond pulses in the XUV spectral range. A key advantage of attosecond pulse trains over isolated attosecond pulses is their high spectral resolution, while high temporal resolution is still retained [1]. I will introduce attosecond measurements using attosecond pulse trains near resonances and discuss the role of continuum-continuum transitions in attosecond time delay measurement within a perturbative approach.
In the future, these experiments will benefit substantially by the advent of high-repetition rate attosecond experiments based on optical parametric amplifier systems driving high-order harmonic generation [2].

[1] Isinger et al. Science 358, 893 (2017)
[2] Harth et al. Journal of Optics 20, 014007 (2018)
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